Cleaning the drain port and drain tray
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The fridge freezer has a drain-hole inside on the rear panel; this helps to allow any excess water to drain away, keeping the fridge ‘frost-free’. The drain hole must be kept clean to ensure that the fridge can drain correctly, stopping water from collecting inside.
Make sure that you regularly check for any excess build-up of debris, frost or water in the fridge compartment channel or drain hole.
Unplug the fridge freezer from the mains.
Open the fridge door.
Clear any debris from the drain hole channel.
Clear any blockage in the drain hole with a straw, cotton bud or a suitable alternative which will not damage the fridge.
Close the fridge door.
Carefully turn the fridge freezer around to gain access to the drip tray.
- 7. Locate and carefully remove the drip tray. Clean, then replace.
Carefully turn the fridge freezer around.
Plug the fridge freezer into the mains and switch on.